Ceri Jones

Service User and Carer Engagement Facilitator
Faculty of Health, Medicine and Social Care
School of Midwifery and Community Health

Ceri is a Medical Anthropology Masters graduate, with a background in health science. She has worked in disability and welfare rights, she also has a personal interest in Intersectional Healthcare.

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Ceri joined the Nursing and Midwifery Team in February 2022, having worked for two years as a Welfare Caseworker where she specialised in clients with mental ill-health, autistic clients and those who were otherwise neurodivergent.

Prior to this she completed her Masters degree in Medical Anthropology and a Bachelors from the Open University in Health Science subjects where she also gained a Diploma in Health Sciences and a Certificate in Health Promotion.

Research interests
  • Disability Rights
  • Welfare policy/law
  • Medical anthropology
  • Intersectional healthcare
  • Advocacy in healthcare
  • Public health

Having lived experience of disability, the NHS and the welfare system Ceri has a desire to learn more about them and their workings.

Of particular interest is how people with intersecting identities interact with the structures, systems and agencies around them, especially how we can incorporate their voices to ensure they are not just listened to but heard and incorporate this into practice.

  • MSc Medical Anthropology, Brunel University London
  • BSc (Open) – made up of Health Science modules, Open University
  • Cert Health Promotion, Open University
  • Dip Health Science, Open University
  • Cert Nat Sci, Open University